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|Statement||by Heather Lynn Hoffmann.|
|Series||[Master"s theses / University Center at Binghamton, State University of New York -- no. 1147], Master"s theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 1147.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||77|
In two experiments, we investigated the impact of odor preexposure treatments on the acquisition of an olfactory discrimination in dogs. In the first experiment, four groups of dogs were each given five days’ odor-exposure treatment prior to discrimination training. Dogs in the exposure group were exposed to anise extract (S+) for 30 min by: 8. In two experiments, we investigated the impact of odor preexposure treatments on the acquisition of an olfactory discrimination in dogs. In the first experiment, four groups of dogs were each given five days' odor-exposure treatment prior to discrimination training. Dogs in the exposure group were exposed to anise extract (S+) for 30 min by: 8. Effect of odor pre-exposure on acquisition of an odor discrimination in dogs Dogs have long been deployed to detect odors of explosives and narcotics (Dean, ; Goldblatt, Gazit & Terkel, ), and have recently been used to detect a variety of. Rats pre-exposed in one arm of a T-maze enter the other arm on a subsequent free choice trial. It is possible that the odor-trail avoidance tendency reported by Douglas accounts for this phenomenon. The present experiment, however, found no effect on the phenomenon from presence or absence of the rat’s own odor by: 3.
Highlights A low amphetamine dose (1 mg/kg) induces odor preference in the locomotor test, but odor aversion in the consumption test, in preweanling rats. A high amphetamine dose (5 mg/kg) induces, in preweanling rats, odor avoidance in the locomotor and consumption tests. LiCl induces odor avoidance in the locomotor and avoidance tests in infant by: 4. Age-related differences in the US preexposure effect on conditioned taste aversion in rats Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 26(1) July with 8 Reads. Developmental Brain Research, 53 () Elsevier BRESD Modified behavioral and olfactory bulb responses to maternal odors in preweanling rats Regina M. Sullivan*, Donald A. Wilson*, Rebecca Wong, Adrian Correa and Michael Leon Department of Psychobiology, University of California, lrvine, CA (U. S.A) (Accepted 26 December ) Key words: Olfactory bulb; Maternal odor Cited by: Early experience significantly modified odor-evoked circuitry in an age-dependent manner. For example, co-rearing with a male, which induced pup attraction to male odor, reduced activity in amygdala regions normally activated by the unfamiliar avoided male odor, making this region more consistent with maternal by:
Researchers have discovered a single compound found in high concentrations in the urine of carnivores that triggers an instinctual avoidance response in mice and rats. This is the first time that. By the third odor they are still demonstrating habituation (Figure 3: Banana data points) but due to the floor effect they do not show a change over the three trials when presented with the banana odor F(2,14) = , p = However, a two-way ANOVA for all 9 presentations of odor show a significant effect over time F(8,56) = , p. Frequently the terms odor and odorant are used interchangeably and incorrectly. There is a distinct difference between these two terms, which is fundamental to the discussion of odor nuisance and health effects. The term “odor” refers to the perception experienced when one or more chemicals come in contact with receptors on the olfactory. Indirect potential health effects exist via annoyance stress & reduction in the quality of life: The social dimension of Health. This emphasizes the importance of good quality Odor studies and odor impact assessments which use olfactometry measurements following recognized standards ().Evaluating the off-site odor concentration distribution, at the percentis a good indicator of the Author: Thierry Page.